Is Headache A Symptom Of Diabetes?

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How To Spot Pre Diabetes Symptoms

Diabetes is one of the most common and troublesome chronic health problems in North America. Prediabetes is not far away from that. In-depth research revealed that as many as nine out of ten adults in North America have prediabetes symptoms or signs, yet only one in 20 knows it. Nobody wants to be a diabetic, but many forget that type 2 diabetes does not happen overnight. T2 diabetes usually go through a prodromal phase with abundant symptoms of prediabetes. Prediabetes symptoms start here Long before becoming a diabetic and even prediabetic a person is usually enters a state called dysglycemia. Dysglycemia is a medical term for blood sugar fluctuations. These fluctuations are small at first, seldom detected by standard blood tests. Only much later when glucose swings to a much larger larger magnitude lab tests prove to be of value. The initial stages of dysglycemia causes only minor blood sugar changes, changes that are not enough for diagnosis of hypoglycemia or diabetes. Although not picked up by a laboratory the dysglycemic state is felt by the body. Here is a list of common dysglycemic and prediabetes symptoms. When sugar tends toward high the following can happen: Weight incr Continue reading >>

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  1. earls413

    Can my blood sugar be causing daily headaches?

    Hi, I started having pretty severe headaches and pressure in my right temple in January and saw my Dr. who ran a ton of blood tests as well as an mri and cat scan. My mri was negative my cat scan showed a mucuos retension cyst in my right maxillary sinus, but was told that this would not cause my headaches. I got a second opinion from an ent who said the same thing. I was told though that my c-peptid test and other tests indicated I was now a type 1 diabetic. I was having high blood sugar readings with no changes in my diet but thought they were from me being sick daily with migraines. My endo said he didn't think my migraines were from my blood sugar but I'm not sure he's right. They are worse when I'm high. They gave me maxalt for the onset of migraines and depakote to try to prevent them, neither has been real successful and I've gained 15 lbs in 2 months so I stopped taking the depakote. I don't think they are migraines either I get tension in my right temple, some dizziness, blurred vision, and nausea. Does anyone think these are diabetes related.

  2. furball64801

    When I was high many years ago I did have headaches, all I know for me that when my numbers came down I did started feeling better. I think lowering them slowly helped me, large swings can make you feel like garbage.

  3. earls413

    I feel pretty crappy most days severely fatigued etc, the thing is I'm not as high as I used to be. The tension usually hits around 180 or so but some days my bs is fine all day and I still get them.

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